Noun(1) a professional boxer who weighs between 131 and 135 pounds(2) someone who is unimportant but cheeky and presumptuous(3) an amateur boxer who weighs no more than 132 pounds(4) a wrestler who weighs 139-154 pounds
Adjective(1) weighing relatively little compared with another item or object of similar use(2) having no importance or influence
(1) Their new M5 series of laptops use lightweight carbon-fibre materials, and their W1 laptop actually has a subwoofer built in for rocking audio.(2) Torque Screwdrivers Are Designed for User Comfort Torque screwdrivers have lightweight , compact housings to ensure operator comfort.(3) It's available in standard weight, lightweight , and ultra-lite configurations.(4) Suggesting that Cameron was a political lightweight , Davis's allies insisted that their man ‘can actually put some meat on the bones’.(5) It's a measure of how far the young Bury Amateur Boxing Club lightweight has come over the past two weeks that he looked disappointed after losing to Cuban maestro Mario Kindelan.(6) Body panels are made of aluminium or other lightweight materials.(7) The group is musically the more adventurous, but their lyrics seem a little lightweight compared to the in-yer-face political consciousness of their peers.(8) Despite his victory in South Carolina, presidential candidate George W Bush is still something of a political lightweight .(9) The Prime Minister himself may be a political lightweight in comparison to many of the African leaders with whom he has to deal, but he has the weight of generations of experience behind him.(10) He was always a lightweight in her affections, although the competition with Kathy gave him a great deal more importance than he deserved.(11) His early work was predominantly in fairly lightweight materials, including wood and mixed media, and was often brightly coloured, but in the late 1980s he changed direction.(12) These are lightweight and have a relatively short range.(13) Their fleece socks range from lightweight , warm-weather styles to heavy-duty socks designed for really cold days in the field.(14) The first two categories of Men's Open, lightweight and middleweight, are won by default.(15) Many summer suits are made of tropical wool since it's a lightweight material(16) It is likely to be a slim volume, more in keeping with its author: a political lightweight .
(1) light weight :: pwysau ysgafn
1. thin ::
2. light ::
3. flimsy ::
4. insubstantial ::
5. summery ::
6. amateur ::
7. second-rater ::
8. unimportant person ::
9. insignificant person ::
10. nobody ::
11. nonentity ::
12. no-name ::
13. small fry ::
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